Parma boss Roberto Donadoni has claimed that 'every match counts' as his side face Catania in the Coppa Italia.
The Gialloblu host Rolando Maran's side tomorrow night, and the 49-year-old has admitted that his team want to go as far as possible in the tournament.
“For us it is an important game,” he told a Press conference. “We will give it a lot of weight, that's for sure.
“I'm sure that will be the same for Catania – it will be a proper match in every respect. Our goal in the cup is to go as far as possible.
“Catania are a good team with some great technical ability and will certainly be a good test for us.”
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